Born January 16, 1963 in Denver, Colorado.
Departed on November 3, 2020 in Palm Bay, Florida
Tuesday November 3, 2020 Debra Ann Lonergan, 57, went to rest with the Lord.
Debbie was survived by her parents Nicolas (deceased) and Lily Tafoya; children Sean, Tommy (Rachel) and Patrick (Carley) Lonergan; 10 grandchildren; sisters, Diana (Rich) Tafoya, Denise Tafoya, and Monica (Jerry) Cowart; many aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews (Paul and Jennifer Miller deceased, brother Nicolas deceased).
Debbie “Tater” was born January 16, 1963 in Colorado and was raised in Indian Harbour Beach Florida. She graduated from Satellite High School and grew up playing Softball and Volleyball. As an adult she was in the hospitality business starting as ‘The Rose Girl’ and retiring as a Bartender at Amici’s Restaurant in Suntree. She was always willing to lend an ear to those in need. Tater was never a stranger to anyone always on the move because of her fear of missing out (FOMO). She will always be remembered for her gift of loving others.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Indialantic. Following the Mass there will be a Celebration of Life at Paradise Beach Park, 113 Paradise Blvd, Indialantic, 32903.
from Indialantic, Florida wrote on March 6, 2021:
Such a bright star dimmed to soon. Tater R I.P.
Glynn and Lisa Johnson
from Blue Ridge wrote on November 22, 2020:
Our deepest condolences and prayers are with you. We love you miss Ann.
from Barboursville, VA 22923 wrote on November 20, 2020:
Ann, my prayers are with you and your family during this sad time.
from Indialantic wrote on November 19, 2020:
Tater RIP I always had the best laughs with you especially when doing NASCAR events at the Key West Bar and our other outings .... your friends will remember your smiling face and because of you I met Jerry and Monica a great couple !! You are in a better place full of love , compassion and peace . God bless until we meet again....
from Silver Springs Florida wrote on November 18, 2020:
RIP Debbie. I will never forget you.
Susi (Chambers) Kennedy
from Hobe Sound wrote on November 18, 2020:
Debbie was a very close friend of mine growing
up in Indian Harbour. We had a lot of fun times!
I w/always remember her beautiful smile.
RIP my friend🙏❤️🙏
from INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH wrote on November 12, 2020:
RIP and God Speed, Debbie, aka Tater! I will miss you my friend.